Tag: spectrum


My husband likes my boobs but seems gay

Is my husband gay or bi? My friends have always told me he is gay (including gay friends). When we started dating he never stopped talking about his gay friends. During the relationship he would always tell me how gay men were looking at him at the gym. He flirts with gay men at work and tells me it's only joking. He can spot a gay man a mile away and always looks at him. He knows all the gay sayings etc. He likes anal touching and anal sex with me. But he loves my body (boobs and all). I am so confused, please help. Once he told me he had been gay before we met and then said he was only joking. Do you think he is gay or bi. He said other gay men said he is attractive because he dresses well and looks after his appearance.


Am I bisexual ?

Hi. My name is Leela. I am 14 years old. Ever since I was little I've been curious about the opposite gender. I really like guys but I am also attracted to girls as well. I definitely like guys more than girls but I am confused. If I am bisexual I could never tell my family. They have strong opinions about that sort of stuff and they would kill me! I would have to say that I am more sexually attracted to girls but at the same time I have a fear of having sex with a guy because I'm afraid it will hurt. I don't know if that is the reason I am more sexually attracted to girls or not. I need major help and advice!!!


I don’t quite fit in. Can you help me!

I've known that I've been different since I was a kid, but now I can't figure out what I am. I don't fit into lesbian or any other tables. In my recent browsing of the internet, I found the term 'pansexual.' This, so far, is the closest thing I can find to describe my sexual orientation. This doesn't quite fit, either, for I find myself attracted to mostly females and everything else in between, more than males. I don't feel like I should be a female, but being male isn't right for me either. Any ideas? - Alanna



Testimony of an Intersex person – I am me and ...

Intersexed people defy man made classifications or models of what nature should be like. According to modern Western medicine there are two sexes, male and female. However, according to nature, there are no clear boundaries either between the sexes, genders or identities. Yet, rather than accepting the fact that sex, gender and identity exists within a spectrum of unlimited potentials, science and medicine have sought to ‘modify' people in order to fit them into what is considered to be the ‘norm'.